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6:30pm-12:30am at INC LOUNGE, $5
girlNATION-nyc presents a new after-work weekly event at the Time Hotel’s Inc Lounge. Rotating DJs, drink specials including $6 beers, $7 wine and $8 house; plus free signature GNNYC shots! Ask for them! Sangria pitchers $35. Cocktail waitress/bottle service available; includes mixers. Brick-oven... (continued)
4pm-4am at HENRIETTA HUDSON, free before 8pm/$5 after (share or tweet for two-f
4pm-4am, free before 8pm/$5 after (share or tweet for two-for-one entry), 438 Hudson St (at Morton St), henriettahudson.com. Two-for-one happy hour until 7pm. $5 Bacardi flavor shots and margaritas all night long. Salsa Caliente Reloaded brings you the ultimate after-work networking party! Spicy... (continued)
5pm at GINGER’S, FREE
Best buy happy hour: half-price on all domestic beers and selected liquors, 5-8pm daily. Tequila hot shots for $3.50, Ginger’s draft $5, free nibbles, back garden open.
7:30pm at CUBBY HOLE, FREE
Get over hump day with $4 drink specials from 7pm-midnight plus happy hour until 7pm with half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer. 
4:30pm–close at BEAST, Free
Slurp $8 mussels all evening! That’s a lot of bivalves. 
check listing at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Free
This exhibition celebrates groundbreaking work of 10 contemporary New York-based black fashion designers, both established and up-and-coming. Includes fashion designers: Jeffrey Banks, Samantha Black, Stephen Burrows, Donna Dove, Epperson, Michael Jerome Francis, Byron Lars, Tracy Reese,... (continued)
7:30pm at The Ailey Citigroup Theater, $26
Ballet NY presents its 2014 Season, including In the Garden of Souls, the company premieres of Kinderszenen, Dreams, and excerpts from Urban Study, from April 15-17, 2014 at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55th Street, NYC (at Ninth Avenue). All performances are at 7:30pm. Tickets... (continued)
check listing at Alwan for the Arts, $140 (8 weeks), $80 (4 weeks)
The Alwan Music Studies Program instructs students of all levels in Arabic music theory (maqam [modals], rhythms & micro-tones) and classical and folk repertoires with some of New York's most renowned Arab Musicians and Vocalists and also members of Alwan's own Arab Music Ensemble. This session... (continued)
check listing at Leslie Lohman Museum, Free
Wooster St. Window Gallery "Post-Performance Syndrome" is an installation and abbreviation of two years of performative work by Jade Yumang. In most of these performances Yumang creates elaborate environments and costumes as a way to evoke queer history and create new ones based on the... (continued)
check listing at Agora Gallery, Celebrate Spring in Style with Invigorating Art at
Starting march 28th, Agora Gallery offers a combination of exhibitions sure to stir even the heart of the most jaded gallery-goer. East Meets West: An Exhibition of Fine Art from Asia brings beautiful, elegant and richly varied contemporary Asian art to New York, with a range of mediums, styles and... (continued)
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
In both content and form, Mann navigates the contours of physical domestic space, mediating between the formalistic and allegorical nature of house and home. Tilda Mann�s distinct compositional decisions offer structural cohesion with emotive resonance. Geometric play on the painted surface is... (continued)
check listing at Times Square Digital Signs, Free
The Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts have partnered with Tribeca Film Institute� (TFI) for the second time to present April�s Midnight Moment. This month�s film, Local/Express, is made by some of the 20 participants in this year�s Tribeca Film Fellows�... (continued)
10am-6pm at 890 Broadway, $240-$500
RIOULT Dance NY's Intensives offer Pre-Professional dancers (ages 18 and up) the chance to train in modern dance under the instruction of Pascal Rioult and Joyce Herring, alongside RIOULT Dance NY company members. The week-long Summer Intensive offers six full days of dance, and concludes with a... (continued)
8pm at Abrons Arts Center, $18.00
LIVE BAND ON STAGE! DANCING GIRLS! MAYHEM AND DESTRUCTION! DRINKS! ALL IN�UBU SINGS UBU! Ubu Sings Ubu is a theatrical mash up of Alfred Jarry�s absurdist satire Ubu Roi and the art punk songs of the cult experimental band Pere Ubu. Starring Tony Torn* and Julie Atlas Muz as Pa and Ma... (continued)
11AM to 7PM at Film Biz Recycling, Free
Destination Vintage Sale! Shed those winter blues and come pick out your new spring and summer fashion necessities at our latest destination pop-up shop inside Film Biz Recycling. They have invited us to set up shop in their new "pop-up" space and we've been given full license to get... (continued)
check listing at The Cathedral of St. John The Divine, Free and Open to the Public
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, announces their service schedule for Holy Week, April 13 � April 20: April 13 - Palm Sunday, April 14 and April 16 - Holy Monday and Holy Wednesday, April 15 - Holy Tuesday, April 17 - Maundy Thursday,... (continued)
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
Affinities, an exhibition of recent watercolor portraits by Cathy Cohen, illustrates an intimate collaboration between artist and sitter. Cohen relishes in the timeless delight that is the now ubiquitous ability to document our lives, and the lives of those closest to us. This body of work is also... (continued)
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
Some views of nature are simply so powerful and sculpturally rich as to resist conversion into the illusionistic. They require gestures equally large and physical to reproduce, not the actual scene, but your encounter of the scene. Fire and Ice, takes Anne Elliott into three-dimensional and... (continued)
check listing at HERE, $18
New York, NY � For its much-anticipated 12th annual season, the Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF) will again take residency at HERE�s Mainstage in New York City, April 2 to 19, 2014, with three weeks of new groundbreaking theatre. DUTF has been in the forefront of creating new... (continued)
7:30p.m.-10;30p.m. at Karma Lounge, FREE
Local Artist Rachel Burrell and DJ Lovely announce Mixed Pleasures, a monthly arts showcase and open mic series. Mixed Pleasures began in November of 2013 and continues to offer NYC underground art lovers exposure to indie artists. At this Open Mic & Showcase passion is the driving force. We... (continued)
6PM to 8PM at Bloomingdale's, Free
Join Bloomingdale's Soho, DETAILS and Lightning Bolt for a Surf Bash to celebrate the limited edition capsule collection to benefit Surfer's Healing. Give your warm weather wardrobe a splash with great savings and surf into summer shape with SURFSET Fitness. Meet some of the designers behind the... (continued)
2pm and 8pm at Westside Theater, $80
Written by Nora and Delia Ephron with a star studded rotating cast including: Rosie O'Donnell, Rita Wilson, Kristin Chenowith....An intimate collection of vignettes and monologues based on the best-selling book, as well as on the recollections of the Ephrons friends. Like the book, this funny and... (continued)
5-7PM at Bloomingdale's, Free
Party with us as we kick off our limited edition capsule collection to benefit Surfers Healing! Surf into summer shape with SURFSET Fitness. Plus, meet artist Steve Miller at 5pm and preview his collection of X-Ray Amazon Animal Surfboards (they�ll be in our Lexington Avenue windows starting on... (continued)
11:00PM to 1:00AM at Minton's, $10
HARLEM AFTER DARK Late night jam sessions return to the Minton's stage where jazz greats including Thelonious Monk, Kenny Clarke, Charlie Christian, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie pioneered a new generation of music. Artists will provide an evening of laid back fun for guests. There will be... (continued)
9pm to 11pm at Under St. Marks, $25
It's readers' choice at New York's "Best Story Hour" (The Village Voice Best of NY), as Naked Girls Reading presents SM�RG�SBORD! Join some of our favorite Naked Girls as they present a buffet of their most beloved books ever: from classics to contemporary fiction, children's... (continued)
6pm until 8pm and from 8:30pm to 10:30pm at Minton's, $35 music / $30 food & beverage
MINTON�S SUPPERCLUB CELEBRATES JAZZ MONTH WITH MINTON'S REDUX Indulge in a special evening of low country cuisine and jazz. Two seatings a night plus the show. There is a $35 music charge $30 food & beverage minimum per person. Reservations for tables are required. Bar seating is... (continued)
10pm at Under St. Marks, $20
Hosted by devilishly charming master of ceremonies Bastard Keith, each Revealed show stars pin-up queen GiGi La Femme and a rotating ensemble of the most beloved burlesque performers in New York. Every third Wednesday.
8pm to 2am at BUM BUM BAR, 63-14 Roosevelt Ave (at 63rd St)
Hablemos is a new support group for Latin lesbians, monitored by a female doctor. Come feel the love! The session will be followed by The Code, featuring music with DJ Jeff8pm to 2am.
10pm-2am at The Delancey, No Cover
Burlesque sets at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 and The Secret Track at 1:30! Complimentary Vodka shots served after selected Burlesque sets! Gorgeous Go-Go all night long! Pre-show rooftop cook out on one of NYC's most beautiful roofs. Each week a different cast of NY's finest burlesque stars and most... (continued)
11am-7pm at Underline Gallery, FREE
Infinite Perspectives provides a stunning new look at the world- from the mountains of Yosemite to the canyons of Mars- told through the personal journey of cartographer Jeffrey Ambroziak. Utilizing Ambroziak's patented 3D technology, the maps of INFINITE PERSPECTIVES pop off the page. His... (continued)
4pm4am at CUBBYHOLE, no cover
The jukebox is all yours at Cubbyhole. Jam out to your favorite hits and sip $3 amaretto sours at New Yorks favorite neighborhood bar.
10pm-4am at Industry Night club, $5 on a guest list
Long islands biggest and longest running gay night. Every weds. night you'll find long islands hottest female/male staff and party goers. 18 to enter 21 to drink. All LGBT welcome we've got something for everyone!!!
10pm-4am at Kings Cross, FREE
Every Wednesday w/Residents DIRTY JEAN and JOOLS PALMER, plus special guests... Coming down our stairs this week is the legendary GANT JOHNSON! Chicago born, NYC bred, DJ GANT JOHNSON has more than made his mark on the club scene. Known for his especially eclectic sound, tonight he's gonna... (continued)
10pm-2am at Tandem Bar, Free
The New Sound Karaoke is hosted by Black Waterfall and Bobby Service every Wednesday at Tandem Bar. We hold an open mic karaoke night from 10-2am! We showcase ORIGINAL karaoke mashup videos that chronicle the story of our queer romance and marriage based on the bedrock of karaoke. visit our... (continued)
7:30pm at City Center Studios, $ 20-25
A truly magical and irresistibly funny ballet of Shakespeare's masterpiece "Touching, joyously inventive and particularly close to Shakespeare�s heart, Midsummer Night's Dream is filled with the most delightful creatures on a roller coaster of emotional depth and humor in this premiere... (continued)

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